A Best Wishes Note
It is a year and a day since my dad, Roy B., died at Wray Park Care Home. It seems a lifetime ago but also no time at all. I still remember the two months he spent with you with fondness at the kindness of everyone who looked after him and the true care that you all took of him. It was as though he was as important to you as he was to us. Thank you for that.
In the last couple of months, I have been wondering how you are all faring. I hope against all hope that you have been lucky and that nobody has died of the virus, either the residents or the staff, but, sadly, fear the worst. Please do not feel you have to reply. I expect you are very busy. I just wanted you to know that my thoughts are with you all at the moment.
All the very best